Includes the Quaestiones of Antonius de Bitonto and Alexander of Hales
Imprint derived from colophon (p6): Impressum venecijs Per Ioannem Emericum de Spira alemanus Anno salutis. Mccccxciiij. octavo kal[end]as Iunias.
Signatures: a-o⁸ p⁶.
Leaves e3, f3, and p2 signed as e2, f2, and p4 respectively.
Chancery quarto; printed in double columns, a3 recto: 50 lines of gloss surrounding the text, with headline, 154 (161) x 114 mm; types: 156G, 66G, 63G; woodcut initials.
Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, V, 539
GoffGoff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries, N118
Incunabula short title catalogue, in00118000
COPY NOTE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.500.N53 leaf dimensions: 215 x 156 mm.
PROVENANCE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.500.N53 with bookplate of the BPL Benton Fund. Bookplate of George Dunn on front free endpaper verso. Eight title page inscriptions, including: two staves of music and the words, "Amor di dona uis di Ca" (running vertically). Early/contemporary marginalia throughout. Purchased in 1985 from W. & V. Dailey.
BINDING: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.500.N53 halfbound in early mottled sheepskin and marbled paper over pasteboard. Spine stamped in gilt.
Pagination errors throughout.
Nicolaus, de Mutina; Antonius, de Bitonto, ca. 1385-1465; Alexander, of Hales, ca. 1185-1245; Emerich, Johann, fl. 1487-1506, printer; Giunta, Luca-Antonio, 1457-1538, publisher; Dunn, George, 1864-1912, former owner